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Rhythm and Vines is a three day music festival held in Gisborne, New Zealand across December 29th to the 31st every year. It is globally known as the first festival in the world to welcome in the first sunrise of the new year.
The festival was founded in 2003 by University of Otago friends Hamish Pinkham, Tom Gibson, and Andrew Witters. They wanted to hold an event for their friends to bring in the New Year in a safe and beautiful location with entertainment from up-and-coming and established New Zealand musicians. Little did they know that their little party would eventually become a right of passage for over 350,000 kiwis and attract international visitors and touring artists from across the globe.
IN THE BEGINNING
The first festival back in 2003 had only one performance stage, featuring headliners The Black Seeds, and gathered a crowd of 1,800. A second stage was added in 2004 which saw an increase to 5,500 ticket sales, with Salmonella Dub as the headline act. Following that, the 2005 festival featured Fat Freddy’s Drop, and a new Rhythm stage arena was opened up on site to keep up with increasing demand. The 2006 festival was bumped up to four stages, and featured the festival’s first overseas headliner Mylo from Scotland. A year later, the 2007 festival garnered a crowd of 15,000 with UK act New Young Pony Club in the headline spot.
THE MOVE TO THREE DAYS
2008 was a big year of change. After five successful years of running Rhythm & Vines as a one day New Years Eve festival, the decision as made to expand it to a three day event. This allowed the organisers to contract bands on the international touring circuit. This was a game changer for the 2008 festival, making it the strongest line up yet – many renowned international acts made their way down under, such as Franz Ferdinand, The Kooks, Santigold and Carl Cox. Accommodation for the festival was predominately provided by BW Summer Festival, a neighbouring seven day camping festival that has hosting acts such as Flume, Kora, and State of Mind.